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DIY copper and wood plant stand

I keep working in the backyard and moving around my house plants. So it was time to find a new place for this little palm tree (no idea of the correct name) for which I made the plastic bottle planter times ago. Two weeks ago I made a round-up post about DIY plant stands, I really love the one Amanda made…So I just followed her tutorial.

You know I like upcycled paint bucket and I still have a one, so I use it as planter.

I just cut out the top part and sand it. I spray paint the bucket. I apply a primer coat, and them two coats of black.

I cut the wood pieces and assemble them following Amanda’s tutorial. 
My plant stand is a little shorter, and I add copper caps on each dowel ends.

Here is the assembled stand.

This plant is really too cramped in this pot, time to move buddy!

More room in the new pot! I hope it will continue to grow well, now that it has a brand new and stylish plant stand!

 

 

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Carol

Saturday 21st of July 2018

nicely done! Looks like a designer shop purchase.

Unknown

Monday 5th of September 2016

This looks really nice! Your plant is a beaucarnea recurvata, aka 'ponytail palm.'

Ama Ohoh blog

Saturday 15th of October 2016

Good to know! thanks